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At minimum, this shows that the 16nm process Nvidia is using isn't having any yield issues since they are making enough of the big die Pascal chips to satisfy enterprise demands and make Titans out of the leftovers.

Nvidia dropping big pascal right outta the gate is big news. Heck, im running out of patience for amd myself. Bite the price bullet and enjoy the performance now.
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This is a bit hard to believe. gm210 products would have only been out 1 year by april.

Nvidia tend to keep product on the shelf 18month before they actually replace them with something else.

As a result, i think the gm204 successor is first.

In addition, a gp210, with a 1000 dollar price tag would actually be kind of value priced and wouldn't be charging a premium at all considering its performance.

Same with AMD. Fury x has only been out since July. Them launching a successor so soon would prevent them from recouping the cost on the R and D for Fury x.

I think AMD is going to update their lowend lineup first because this is the market that hasn't been updated at all. This means pitcairns and below.
post #13 of 17
My call is this is complete wishful thinking, and at best we'll get some more high level architecture talk at GTC with no actual chips to show, let alone launch.
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This is gonna be very tempting. Wanting to upgrade my 780 Ti. Not sure about the Titan, but if it's performance is as good as they say, the xx80 Ti should be very good as well. Can't wait for reviews
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At minimum, this shows that the 16nm process Nvidia is using isn't having any yield issues since they are making enough of the big die Pascal chips to satisfy enterprise demands and make Titans out of the leftovers.

With the source being "because I say so"?

I'd say clickbait at minimum.
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That is actually a repost, from my earlier thread, LOOK at the time. This is a completely different thread with a different source.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1588621/tt-nvidia-should-launch-its-next-gen-pascal-gpus-with-hbm2-in-2h-2016/80#post_24830259

How do we know TT didn't just lap up the stuff from OC3D and Techfrag and reposted them for clicks? TT adds nothing new at all except for the author's own speculation that the successor to Titan X will be 1.5-1.8x faster, an awfully broad range, not to mention awfully low as well.
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